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Re: family lists in Valkininkai 1904 #lithuania

Jonathan Alcantara <jalcantara@...>
 

Dear Temkina,

In my experience, people were still listed in the town where they
were registered after they had left. On some of the lists I have
seen, it says "missing", which is an indicator that the person has
left. But it seems whoever was compiling these lists worked with the
previous list in the series, and continued to list people who should
have been there. For example, my great-grandfather and his brother
had emigrated in 1902, most likely to avoid the military draft, and
his mother and sister emigrated in 1907, but they were all listed in
a 1908 Pasvalys family list.

Best regards,

Jonathan

At 07:34 2016-11-15, Assya Temkina atemkina1206@gmail.com wrote:
Dear All,

Is there any possibility to know when exactly the family lists of 1904
were done in Valkininkai, Trakai uezd, Vilna gubernia? I am asking it
because according to other sources my great-grandfather left to Kaluga
in 1903-1904, but according to family list LVIA/515/25/144B he is
listed in Valkininkai with his wife and child. Was he listed because
he belonged to this family (even if he was not there) or he had to
actually be in Valkininkai to be listed?

Best regards,

Temkina Assya,
Moscow, Russia


Thank you!!! #lithuania

atemkina1206@...
 

I would like to thank everyone who replied to my inquiry about
records checking and microfilms for their kind and detailed
instructions. This issue is now happily resolved.

Best regards,

Assya Temkina
Moscow,Russia


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: family lists in Valkininkai 1904 #lithuania

Jonathan Alcantara <jalcantara@...>
 

Dear Temkina,

In my experience, people were still listed in the town where they
were registered after they had left. On some of the lists I have
seen, it says "missing", which is an indicator that the person has
left. But it seems whoever was compiling these lists worked with the
previous list in the series, and continued to list people who should
have been there. For example, my great-grandfather and his brother
had emigrated in 1902, most likely to avoid the military draft, and
his mother and sister emigrated in 1907, but they were all listed in
a 1908 Pasvalys family list.

Best regards,

Jonathan

At 07:34 2016-11-15, Assya Temkina atemkina1206@gmail.com wrote:
Dear All,

Is there any possibility to know when exactly the family lists of 1904
were done in Valkininkai, Trakai uezd, Vilna gubernia? I am asking it
because according to other sources my great-grandfather left to Kaluga
in 1903-1904, but according to family list LVIA/515/25/144B he is
listed in Valkininkai with his wife and child. Was he listed because
he belonged to this family (even if he was not there) or he had to
actually be in Valkininkai to be listed?

Best regards,

Temkina Assya,
Moscow, Russia


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Thank you!!! #lithuania

atemkina1206@...
 

I would like to thank everyone who replied to my inquiry about
records checking and microfilms for their kind and detailed
instructions. This issue is now happily resolved.

Best regards,

Assya Temkina
Moscow,Russia


Launch of new State Archive building in Rzeszow #poland

Gesher Galicia SIG
 

On November 15, the Polish State Archives in Rzeszow, under its
director, Dr Jan Basta, inaugurated its new premises. The new archive
is at present the largest of all the state archive buildings in
Poland, though that will change when the project for a modern archive
building in Krakow is completed.

The State Archive in Rzeszow was established in 1950. At the time, it
occupied two small rooms in the attic of the City Hall. The Small
Synagogue in Boznica Street in Rzeszow, which had been destroyed
during the Second World War, was rebuilt in the late 1950s and from
1961 onwards served as the premises for the archive. In 1989, a
Department for the Study of Jewish History was created within the
archive.

The archive contains fonds of Jewish vital records >from nine main
centers or districts. The largest such fond is >from Rzeszow itself,
with records >from 1842 to 1945. Other sets of vital records are from
Blazowa, Debica and region (including Debica, Jaslo, Jodlowa, Krosno,
Mielec, Pilzno, Ropczyce, and Sedzisow), Dobromil, Lezajsk, Niebylec,
Sokolow Malopolski, Strzyzow, and Wielopole Skrzynskie.

There are also Jewish community records >from Czudec, Rzeszow, Rozwadow
and Tyczyn.

The new archive building is some three kilometers east of the city
center, at Warnenczyka 57. For further information on the Rzeszow
State Archive and a picture of the new building, please see:
http://www.rzeszow.ap.gov.pl/.


Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
http://www.geshergalicia.org/

MODERATOR'S NOTE: For information on towns in the Rzeszow Archives
which have been indexed by JRI-Poland, please contact Eden Joachim
esjoachim@optonline.net, the JRI-Poland Rzeszow Archive coordinator.
Towns included are Blazowa, Czudec, Debica, Dobromil, Glogow Malopolski,
Grodzisko Dolne, Jaslo, Jodlowa, Kolbuszowa, Krosno, Lancut, Lezajsk,
Majdan Krolewski, Mielec, Niebylec, Pilzno, Raclawowka, Ropczyce,
Rozwadow, Rzeszow, Sokolow Malopolski, Strzyzow, and Tyczyn.


JRI Poland #Poland Launch of new State Archive building in Rzeszow #poland

Gesher Galicia SIG
 

On November 15, the Polish State Archives in Rzeszow, under its
director, Dr Jan Basta, inaugurated its new premises. The new archive
is at present the largest of all the state archive buildings in
Poland, though that will change when the project for a modern archive
building in Krakow is completed.

The State Archive in Rzeszow was established in 1950. At the time, it
occupied two small rooms in the attic of the City Hall. The Small
Synagogue in Boznica Street in Rzeszow, which had been destroyed
during the Second World War, was rebuilt in the late 1950s and from
1961 onwards served as the premises for the archive. In 1989, a
Department for the Study of Jewish History was created within the
archive.

The archive contains fonds of Jewish vital records >from nine main
centers or districts. The largest such fond is >from Rzeszow itself,
with records >from 1842 to 1945. Other sets of vital records are from
Blazowa, Debica and region (including Debica, Jaslo, Jodlowa, Krosno,
Mielec, Pilzno, Ropczyce, and Sedzisow), Dobromil, Lezajsk, Niebylec,
Sokolow Malopolski, Strzyzow, and Wielopole Skrzynskie.

There are also Jewish community records >from Czudec, Rzeszow, Rozwadow
and Tyczyn.

The new archive building is some three kilometers east of the city
center, at Warnenczyka 57. For further information on the Rzeszow
State Archive and a picture of the new building, please see:
http://www.rzeszow.ap.gov.pl/.


Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
http://www.geshergalicia.org/

MODERATOR'S NOTE: For information on towns in the Rzeszow Archives
which have been indexed by JRI-Poland, please contact Eden Joachim
esjoachim@optonline.net, the JRI-Poland Rzeszow Archive coordinator.
Towns included are Blazowa, Czudec, Debica, Dobromil, Glogow Malopolski,
Grodzisko Dolne, Jaslo, Jodlowa, Kolbuszowa, Krosno, Lancut, Lezajsk,
Majdan Krolewski, Mielec, Niebylec, Pilzno, Raclawowka, Ropczyce,
Rozwadow, Rzeszow, Sokolow Malopolski, Strzyzow, and Tyczyn.


Goldman Family of Lomza (Kolno) #poland

Elissa Haden <elissa7@...>
 

My great Grandmother was Ida Goldman Feldman. Her father was Abraham
Isaac Goldman and I know she had a brother named Irving. Ida lived in
Newark New Jersey but was born in Lomza or Kolno. I know she had a
brother named Irving and I also believed in New Jersey. Any
information would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
Elissa Haden
Cathedral City, CA
Researching: GOLDMAN - Lomza and Kolno
VOLHAK - Bielsk, FELDMAN -Lodz


JRI Poland #Poland Goldman Family of Lomza (Kolno) #poland

Elissa Haden <elissa7@...>
 

My great Grandmother was Ida Goldman Feldman. Her father was Abraham
Isaac Goldman and I know she had a brother named Irving. Ida lived in
Newark New Jersey but was born in Lomza or Kolno. I know she had a
brother named Irving and I also believed in New Jersey. Any
information would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
Elissa Haden
Cathedral City, CA
Researching: GOLDMAN - Lomza and Kolno
VOLHAK - Bielsk, FELDMAN -Lodz


Bialobrzegi - tracing my roots #poland

Marshall Kaplan <marshalljaykaplan@...>
 

Hello there. So happy to be part of this group.

My wife and I will be traveling to Poland and I wish to find
information about my Grandmother Ray's family. She was >from
Bialobrzegi. Her father was Moshe Rotman and her mother was
Toba (nee Monheit). My grandmother came to Canada in 1930 -
I have a copy of her ship's manifest.

My grandmother's siblings included: Leah, Esther, Machel and Mendel.

Thank you anyone who can help- as I would like to visit her
village and find out more about her family.

Marshall Jay Kaplan
Senior Television Producer


JRI Poland #Poland Bialobrzegi - tracing my roots #poland

Marshall Kaplan <marshalljaykaplan@...>
 

Hello there. So happy to be part of this group.

My wife and I will be traveling to Poland and I wish to find
information about my Grandmother Ray's family. She was >from
Bialobrzegi. Her father was Moshe Rotman and her mother was
Toba (nee Monheit). My grandmother came to Canada in 1930 -
I have a copy of her ship's manifest.

My grandmother's siblings included: Leah, Esther, Machel and Mendel.

Thank you anyone who can help- as I would like to visit her
village and find out more about her family.

Marshall Jay Kaplan
Senior Television Producer


The new J&F and Vital Records projects for 2017 #galicia

Shelley Mitchell
 

You have done a remarkable job. My thanks goes out to you for all your
hard work. Seeing the names Delaytn and Kolomyja always brightens my
day. It gives me hope that someday I will know the names of my
ancestors' children. I have always dreamed that one of them survived
the Shoah but never had names to work with. Bless you.

Shelley Mitchell
Brooklyn, New York


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia The new J&F and Vital Records projects for 2017 #galicia

Shelley Mitchell
 

You have done a remarkable job. My thanks goes out to you for all your
hard work. Seeing the names Delaytn and Kolomyja always brightens my
day. It gives me hope that someday I will know the names of my
ancestors' children. I have always dreamed that one of them survived
the Shoah but never had names to work with. Bless you.

Shelley Mitchell
Brooklyn, New York


Launch of new State Archive building in Rzeszow #galicia

Gesher Galicia SIG
 

On November 15, the Polish State Archives in Rzeszow, under its
director, Dr Jan Basta, inaugurated its new premises. The new archive
is at present the largest of all the state archive buildings in Poland,
though that will change when the project for a modern archive building
in Krakow is completed.

The State Archive in Rzeszow was established in 1950. At the time, it
occupied two small rooms in the attic of the City Hall. The Small
Synagogue in Boznica Street in Rzeszow, which had been destroyed
during the Second World War, was rebuilt in the late 1950s and from
1961 onwards served as the premises for the archive. In 1989, a
Department for the Study of Jewish History was created within the
archive.

The archive contains fonds of Jewish vital records >from nine main
centers or districts. The largest such fond is >from Rzeszow itself, with
records >from 1842 to 1945. Other sets of vital records are from
Blazowa, Debica and region (including Debica, Jaslo, Jodlowa, Krosno,
Mielec, Pilzno, Ropczyce, and Sedzisow), Dobromil, Lezajsk, Niebylec,
Sokolow Malopolski, Strzyzow, and Wielopole Skrzynskie.

There are also Jewish community records >from Czudec, Rzeszow,
Rozwadow and Tyczyn.

The new archive building is some three kilometers east of the city
center, at Warnenczyka 57. For further information on the Rzeszow
State Archive and a picture of the new building, please see:
http://www.rzeszow.ap.gov.pl/.


Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
http://www.geshergalicia.org/


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Launch of new State Archive building in Rzeszow #galicia

Gesher Galicia SIG
 

On November 15, the Polish State Archives in Rzeszow, under its
director, Dr Jan Basta, inaugurated its new premises. The new archive
is at present the largest of all the state archive buildings in Poland,
though that will change when the project for a modern archive building
in Krakow is completed.

The State Archive in Rzeszow was established in 1950. At the time, it
occupied two small rooms in the attic of the City Hall. The Small
Synagogue in Boznica Street in Rzeszow, which had been destroyed
during the Second World War, was rebuilt in the late 1950s and from
1961 onwards served as the premises for the archive. In 1989, a
Department for the Study of Jewish History was created within the
archive.

The archive contains fonds of Jewish vital records >from nine main
centers or districts. The largest such fond is >from Rzeszow itself, with
records >from 1842 to 1945. Other sets of vital records are from
Blazowa, Debica and region (including Debica, Jaslo, Jodlowa, Krosno,
Mielec, Pilzno, Ropczyce, and Sedzisow), Dobromil, Lezajsk, Niebylec,
Sokolow Malopolski, Strzyzow, and Wielopole Skrzynskie.

There are also Jewish community records >from Czudec, Rzeszow,
Rozwadow and Tyczyn.

The new archive building is some three kilometers east of the city
center, at Warnenczyka 57. For further information on the Rzeszow
State Archive and a picture of the new building, please see:
http://www.rzeszow.ap.gov.pl/.


Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
http://www.geshergalicia.org/


ViewMate transcription/translation request: Marginal note to marriage document #germany

jberlowitz <jberlowitz331@...>
 

Dear SIGgers,

I have posted on ViewMate
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM51896 a
marginal note added eight years after the 1919 marriage of my
relative, Beate Kanin, to Martin Johannes Graener. Martin was not
Jewish and I suspected that Beate's parents might had given her many
names (Beate Irene Eugenie) in an attempt to assimilate. Both families
lived in Adlershof, Berlin. The family lost contact with Beate after
her marriage and one family member posted a Page of Testimony to
YadVashem, stating that she had been married to an SS officer and
assuming that she had perished in the Shoah.

I would like a transcription of the marginal note (to help me learn to
decipher this type of script) and a translation in English. I can
send a copy of the marriage document if you reply privately. I'll be
very grateful for this work.

Regards, Judith Berlowitz Oakland, CA, USA


German SIG #Germany ViewMate transcription/translation request: Marginal note to marriage document #germany

jberlowitz <jberlowitz331@...>
 

Dear SIGgers,

I have posted on ViewMate
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM51896 a
marginal note added eight years after the 1919 marriage of my
relative, Beate Kanin, to Martin Johannes Graener. Martin was not
Jewish and I suspected that Beate's parents might had given her many
names (Beate Irene Eugenie) in an attempt to assimilate. Both families
lived in Adlershof, Berlin. The family lost contact with Beate after
her marriage and one family member posted a Page of Testimony to
YadVashem, stating that she had been married to an SS officer and
assuming that she had perished in the Shoah.

I would like a transcription of the marginal note (to help me learn to
decipher this type of script) and a translation in English. I can
send a copy of the marriage document if you reply privately. I'll be
very grateful for this work.

Regards, Judith Berlowitz Oakland, CA, USA


BOOK CITE- re:Jewish Rural Life in Hesse #germany

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

You may be interested in a little known book by Mathilda Wertheim Stein
titled "The Way It was -The Jewish World Of Rural Hesse"
which was published in Atlanta in 2000. It is in a large format and
contains 427 pages. Difficult to get but worth the effort.

Jacob Rosen- Koenigsbuch Jerusalem abuwasta@yahoo.com


German SIG #Germany BOOK CITE- re:Jewish Rural Life in Hesse #germany

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

You may be interested in a little known book by Mathilda Wertheim Stein
titled "The Way It was -The Jewish World Of Rural Hesse"
which was published in Atlanta in 2000. It is in a large format and
contains 427 pages. Difficult to get but worth the effort.

Jacob Rosen- Koenigsbuch Jerusalem abuwasta@yahoo.com


searching TEMKIN and LITVIN from Shumyachi #belarus

atemkina1206@...
 

Dear All,

I am searching for information about the TEMKIN and LITVIN families
who lived in Shumyachi, Klimovichi uezd, Mogilev gubernia (and those
who survived continued to live there for a time after WWII). Any pre
WWII information regarding them will be greatly appreciated.

Best regards,

Temkina Assya,
Moscow, Russia
MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately


Belarus SIG #Belarus searching TEMKIN and LITVIN from Shumyachi #belarus

atemkina1206@...
 

Dear All,

I am searching for information about the TEMKIN and LITVIN families
who lived in Shumyachi, Klimovichi uezd, Mogilev gubernia (and those
who survived continued to live there for a time after WWII). Any pre
WWII information regarding them will be greatly appreciated.

Best regards,

Temkina Assya,
Moscow, Russia
MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately

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